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tonight with our justice correspondent pete williams in our d.c. newsroom. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. and this is the first ruling by a federal judge to suggest that collecting all this data about every phone call in the u.s. violates the constitution. and the judge says that a supreme court ruling relied on by the government to defend the program is out of date. it's a serious legal blow to one of the most controversial practices of the nsa. a once-secret program disclosed six months ago by a former nsa insider, edward snowden. the nsa gathered metadata and logs every phone number dialed by u.s. phone customers, and dumps it into an enormous database. so much data the nsa is building a huge new facility to store it all. >> the purpose of these programs and the reason we use secrecy is not to hide it from the american people. not to hide it from you, but to hide it from those who walk among you who are trying to kill you. >> reporter: the nsa says it checks the database only when it has a terrorism lead tied to a specific phone number. but federal judge richard l
not fit the mold as pete said and who was cold calling, the losers of cases in lower courts to see if they wanted to appeal to the supreme court, was a model that really hadn't been used before. i remember interviewing another top advocate of the, before the supreme court and asked him about tommy and he said, well, you know you wouldn't want your heart surgery done by the, by the heart surgeon who called you up and asked if he could do it. >> who was that? >> that was a fellow by the name of john roberts who became a chief justice. i think he is sort of eating his words on that. so i think, tom had the reputation of a real innovator within this stuffy world of the supreme court and he was a good media source. so that when the blog came along i think he was, he and amy were able to over come some initial suspicions because this was a totally unique creature here. it was a blog about an institution by someone who, interacted with that institution as an advocate. somebody who wouldn't have an interest in pissing off that institution to be blunt about it. as, journalists, sometimes do
opened. pete. pete snuck into the ceremony and today he was invited. and luis frazier who is seated right there. she rode in the opening prayed as ms. agriculture and she is 99 years old and can be anything she wants to be today. nearly 17 years ago another governor named pete wilson made the decision that the span bridge should be replaced rather retrofitted. governor wilson deserves our thanks for that kisser age act. annoy in 2013 with the lieutenant governor of california who in the governors presents if you have any bills to talk about. but now we have a chain to cut. >> thank you steve and again, thank you to all the extraordinary men and women what made this possible and this extraordinary folks who made many possible. it's been said that bridges are monuments to progress and as i stand between mayor lee and mayor quan i hope this is more than just connecting two landmasses. i hope that the progress that's been represented to the a moment for a generation to dream big dreams and do big things. it's with that that i now want to ask all of you to participate in a count down and then
from the justice correspondent, pete williams, who joins us from our washington bureau, pete, good evening. >> reporter: tamron, good evening. snowden talked from moscow to a washington post contributor and one of three journalists who have received his leaks of classified nsa documents. snowden says in the interview that he has no regrets. they met somewhere in moscow, the story doesn't reveal the location in a room where edward snowden kept the curtains closed. according to today's "washington post," snowden said, "i already won." in terms of personal s satisfacti satisfaction, the mission is already splished. snowden spoke for hours to the reporter for the washington post. >> he is very much at peace with his choices. he wanted to provoke and inspire and galvanize a public debate. he has succeeded in that beyond any reasonable ambition. >> reporter: snowden claimed that he first raised his concerns about the reach of government surveillance to nsa co-workers and supervisors more than a year ago. >> almost recklessly, if you don't want to get caught, he was asking them about what
release. our justice correspondent pete williams has our report. >> reporter: in suburban washington, yellow ribbons surround a tree outside the family home of warren weinstein, kidnapped two years ago and presumably held by al qaeda. in a new video from al sahab he asks the u.s. to negotiate his release. he says time is not on his side. >> i am now over 72 years of age. >> reporter: he was kidnapped two years ago from a house in lahore, pakistan, where he was working for an american company helping pakistan improve its economy. he first appeared in a video in may of 2012. then another four months later. each time urging the u.s. to win his freedom by accepting al qaeda's demands. among them, releasing al qaeda prisoners in guantanamo bay and elsewhere. >> al qaeda doesn't have a lot of leverage with the detainees currently held in gitmo. and perhaps this is their way of obtaining a little bit more leverage in terms of what happens to these people in the future. >> my name is warren weinstein. >> reporter: there is no way to tell when the latest tape was made, but a letter sent with
news justice correspondent pete williams joins me now. pete, first of all, what a year this has been on your beat in so many ways. lets talk first about the supreme court, the most important decision of the year, i think, affecting so many people we know, gay marriage. >> absolutely. first, i want to say i've been watching on tv and it's great the way you match the plants. >> i always match the plants. >> it was a very big decision. what the supreme court said the federal government cannot say it's not going to recognize valid same-sex marriage in the states that permit them. what that has done, first of all, the federal government recognizes those marriages including the military, national guard in every state. it's had an immediate effect in that sense. the force of the opinion is leading many states to say, okay, we're going to recognize same-sex marriage to, additional momentum, up to 14 states plus the district of columbia. whether that's low hanging cases there to be gained and tougher going from now, we'll see, but it did have an immediate effect. the other decision which allo
the salvation board and the harbor light member pete. okay. you, applaud four users there you go. and last but certainly not at least. steve. where's steve come here. (clapping.) >> steve (laughter) hose our official turkey. thank you, steve >> and now as they receive offering my goodness that's a huge turkey up here. our guest of honor including the honorable mayor mayor ed lee. and chef greg sir, from the explained and the police department and the san francisco fire department and the chief john an and her command staff. yeah. (clapping.) and san francisco fire department translucent bob. (clapping.) self-depth and the san francisco fire station two. (clapping.) >> and far out numbering us in this room is our future. the city college of fire, science technology class. led by bill long (clapping) they get the award for the most officials that showed up. and an official applause for those people who have transcribed from the aaa. trayvon. also aaa robert brown (clapping) michael sawyer and san francisco food bank food resource coordinator pamela. (clapping.) >> keep on working here.
if you may recall until 178994 anybody could go to the dmv and get a driver's license then pete wilson in 1994 that turned things around and for the next 20 years we've criminal listed a large number of immigrants for the only thing they've done wrong is come here to work because we needed to come here to work so this is a major step. and in addition to all of that we also have legislation that actually stops extortion so an employer can in the morning say he is not going to pay you. all the things that occurred have done so in the past week. we're e we've still not gotten immigration reform across the united states but san francisco has it right (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> this is did you process for all. >> (speaking spanish.) >> (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> and the importance of all of this is because we're going to celebrate with young people and celebrate their accomplishments so young people can grew up in a society where they're not going to be fearful of being here and that's a reason for celebration today. i want to start with our first nominee is jonat
. >> joining me pete donald and lou dobb and and charles pain. >> gentlemen, great to see you. pete first time. i'm going to give you the first crack on this one. does the chief have a point with his letter? >> it is funny to go after kanye, but as the president of the united states even said he called kanye west a jack ass. on the mic he is okay but off the mike he needs to stop talking. i have a problem bringing attention to idiocy. he wants us to be talking about him >> this guy is the chief of police and kanye equated to being a rapper as dangerous as being a police officer. >> i love the fact that the chief has a larger platform and puts him down. i don't know if he was being a fool but the chief, i love the fact that in america now the chief gets as big a voice as anybody else. he has more than 55,000 fans on his fab page. >> you sir are as misguided as they come. i'm strongy encouraging you to abandon your career and join the military. when the taliban start shooting as you can say i'm kanye west i'm wearing a flack vest. >> no, he wasn't joking around. i saw kanye two weeks ago. it was
the top federal prosecutor in new york. we're talking about pete. now in the fifth year in the job, he's showing no signs of letting up. scott cohn reports. >> good afternoon, everyone. my name is pete -- >> reporter: when the u.s. attorney speaks. >> today, we announce three law enforcement actions. >> reporter: the financial world listens. pete bharara is the sheriff of wall street and in 2013 he's been busy tackling stride did transactions. >> the largest international money laundering case. >> reporter: dubious deals and insider trading. >> the scope of the legal trading was deep and it was wide. >> reporter: pete's crack down has completely changed the way information flows on wall street in that critical phone call, there is no telling anymore whether a federal agent is listening in. 77 people convicted since 2009 and in 2013 the propeeked with the guilty plea of sac capital, the hedge fund's owner steven cone in the government sites. >> there is no immunity or protection. >> reporter: he's not just fighting insider trading. he charged two jp morgan traders with hiding losses at
is pete oliver write a book. detroit the us versions available this is your marketplace today research makes the network. in him. i do leeds. i know the show. chew during yep old and a symbolic challenge to the ukrainian governments audrey south african celebrate the life of nelson mandela as parliament prepares to take a more formal treaty. thailand's prime minister dissolve parliament and promises elections but that i
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're going to go now to pete williams. we hear you have new information. >> the law enforcement officials i've been talking to say this appears to be over, whatever it was. it's going to take ace while to figure out what exactly happened here. what you're seeing is the police following the standard procedures for what happens in a case like this. our understanding is that two people were injured as well as whoever it was that started all of this. i'm reluctant to call this person a gunman because nobody confirmed that this was a school shooting. we know that there was some kind of weapon involved. we don't yet know if it was a gun or something else -- actually now i guess we do. we've been told a hospital has reported that one of the victims has a gunshot wound. i guess we can say for sure it was a shooting. two people were injured and as well as the suspect. but we don't know whether the two include the suspect or whether the suspect is a third person. but the main point is that our understanding is that this is over. so i guess they are still technically treating it as an active shooter s
, colorado. he says, "pete, you know, my boss took one listen to this record and exploded." he says, "those people in new york must be nuts to think i could promote a record like this." he said, "pete, your record did not leave the shelf." so as i say, i can't prove that songs do anything, but people in control of the country think they do. ♪ another stream had joined the big muddy ♪ ♪ about a half mile from where he'd gone. ♪ ♪ we were lucky to escape from the big muddy ♪ ♪ when the big fool said to push on. ♪ ♪ i know i've been saved. ♪ i know i've been saved. [clarinet plays] [chanting] [rock music] ♪ waist deep in the big muddy. ♪ the big fool said to push on. ♪ funding for this program was provided by the annenberg/cpb project. funding for this program is provided by... narrator: the human species is engaging in a vast global experiment in climate change. each day, more greenhouse gases are being added to the atmosphere with unknown consequences.
is valuable and only a minimal intrusion. we get our report tonight from our justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: today's ruling says the program is the government's counterpunch to the 9/11 attacks and al qaeda's ability to conceal communications. only by scooping up all the records of telephone calls, the ruling says, can the nsa find and follow the stream of terrorist contacts in an ocean of data. the cost of missing such a thread can be horrific, says federal judge william pauley of new york. he says the effectiveness of collecting bulk telephone data cannot be seriously disputed citing examples of disrupted plots. it's true, he says, that telephones are a much bigger part of our lives than ever before. but many of those uses, he says, have nothing to do with making calls. he said lower courts aren't free to overrule the u.s. supreme court's finding of 34 years ago that people have no expectation of privacy in the call records their phone companies keep. besides, the judge says, people voluntarily surrender personal and seemingly private information to transnational cor
talking. it's a character piece -- the story of a young man whose journey -- pete, stop. i didn't talk during "lincoln." hey, where did that guy's pants go? where's the remote?! where's the remote?! um, bert, um... that guy is a liar, so his pants are on fire. is that why the fireman's there? yes. exactly. oh, here it is. wrong remote. hey, kate, look. i'm shaking my butt like that cowboy. hey, cowboy! time for bed! oh, pete, i found it. [ music continues ] ♪ give me more cash ♪ captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- 11:00s is abc 7 news at -- on your side. >> a busy night for some local firefighters as they respond to zens of people just minutes apart. we will tell you why nelson mandela's grandchildren aren't easy tonight. big changes are coming in just a couple of hours. it looks good so far but that will change. we hope you went outside today to enjoy the mild weather and that sun. and get yourrella code. steve rudin is here. >> we are in the weather center where we are watching heavy rain just to the south and west of us which will impact your day to
yield offer better value compared to high quality bonds in 2014? penn capital's pete duffy says any pull back on rate volatility should be considered a buying opportunity. he joins us now. senior portfolio manager at penn capital. pete, good morning to you. merry new year as i like to say to people at this particular moment. pete, talk to me about high yield. i had a hedge fund manager on just before christmas. he said high yield is a bug looking for a windshield. why is it not, in your opinion? >> well, there is a tendency to look at high yield in the rear-view mirror of 2006 and 2007 where there certainly were excesses, you know, built up in the system in terms of leverage and, you know, poor quality of issuance. this time around, you know, high yield is actually potentially quite an attractive asset class to be in relative to high quality fixed income because, you know, those are bonds that have event risk such as lbos or also interest rate risk as we've seen in, you know, the apple bonds and high profile lbos like heinz and dell. so to invest in high yield, it's all relative. the dou
. david sedaris, carol burnett, billy crystal and the 94-year-old folk legend pete seeger. i have vowed to crush them like amazingly talented bugs and when i go on stage to accept my award on grammy night -- (cheers and applause) spoken word nominee billy crystal! what are you doing here? >> hello, stephen. (laughter). >> stephen: hey, bill, what's up? >> what am i doing here? i'm currently performing my one-man show "700 sundays" at the imperial theater, 249 west 45th street only three more weeks. but that's not why i'm here. >> stephen: then why are you here? >> i think i just heard you say you were going to crush me. >> stephen: the word "crush" gets thrown around so much in this business do we even know what it means anymore? >> how about to destroy, humiliate? >> stephen: that's about right, yeah. >> let me tell you something, you son of a bitch. i'll have you know i was a big star in this town before you were just slightly younger than i am. (laughter) >> stephen: i still am, billy. >> you son of a bitch. i deserve that grammy. all i've got now are my tony, six emmys, mark twain p
singer pete seeger. all brilliant entertainers with a lifetime of work to their names. i just want to say to them sincerely, i'm going to crush you. (cheers and applause) >> particularly the 94-year-old pete seeger. listen up, old man, i'm going to take you down like an uneven floor tile. so good luck to my fellow nominees. may the best man win, well answer right back. 7 rjrj,x (cheers and applause) >> stephen: welcome to the report, everybody. my guest tonight is-- that is how you end up with a shark in additiono. dr. keith what you have got. >> i'm good with mr. . >> stephen: mr. keith, okay, all right. you've got a little book here called a case for climate engineering. how will we save the planet. because all the people, all the chicken littles out there are saying the planet is warming up. you don't believe that dow. >> i totally believe it. it is warming up and i have been thinking about it along wither o people ways to stop it. >> stephen: okay, does involve me using one of those little pig taillight bulbs? >> that is a useful thing to do. and i have those in my house. and i'm thin
will have to be on the road. setting up the winning field goal. harbaugh and pete carroll hope to meet again. we will let jim talk about them winning. >> we have to win football games. al davis said it well. just win. those are our intentions. >> again, we have thursday night. you can facebook or tweet us, the whole business here. the 49ers make a statement by beating seattle. the nfl can read your opinions. mike ditka had has uniform retired. >> thank you. thank you. thank you. and go bears! . >> he is the last coach to win a title in chicago. temperatures below freezing. what a catch. tony romo and the cowboys, 49- 28. both teams are 7 and 6. >> thank you, gary. have a ay in touch. the morning news starts at 4:00 am. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you ma
that up to president obama to limit the powers of the nsa i'm joined by nbc justice correspondent pete williams and michael leiter, nbc news counter-terrorism export and former director of the national terrorism center. mike liter, y e liter, you know. how is this possible and implications. >> there is something in common with target and edward snowden. that's we as companies and governments but an enormous amount of incredibly valuable information including privacy information with credit cards in our computer systems. that means crime today affects people. when it happens to a company like target, which is so committed to public safety, anti-fraud, it's really one of the best in the nation, it shows it can happen fir. >> shopping habits have been transformed. i remember a time when you didn't want to put your personal data in, now everybody shows this way. do we have to rethink our way of living. >> it's when the card was swiped that whoever stole it was able to somehow get into the system and grab the data swiped in the hopes of selling it to people who phony up credit cards, the pr
. thank you very much. >> robert weiner followed by pete wilson and john billow. >> herbert weiner, resident of richmond. i thought the viking invasion was bad. in sea crest there's a prohibition on busses that are too big. that prohibition is in effect already, why doesn't it apply to neighborhoods throughout the city? this should be a protocol. the other thing is if busses want to tour the neighborhoods, why can't they have small scale busses doing this? i mean, what's wrong with the small bus? and i think that basically what the tour busses do, they are in there and they are out of there and they get a bird's eye view and the neighborhood is virtually in a fish bowl and people are on display and what i really don't like is you buy a house in these residential areas and then you have a high noise level, you are virtually trapped with the tour bus it's the same load, if you don't like it, move. and i don't think that's fair. so this dilemma applies to apartment house dwellers as well. i think there has to be a restriction on the busses, i don't think they should have free s
on facebook. let's go to the front lines in the battle for your holiday dollars. pete is the green apple books in san francisco. independent bookstores like his are a surprising bright spot in the economy since the recession. pete, how was the weekend? how did you do? >> it's good. we were up a couple percentage points from the same weekend last year. we were happy. >> what is the key to having a successful season as a retailer? >> it's hard to know. we rely -- you know, we don't play the price game. we can never win that game. we rely more on the animal spirits. people coming in to get what they need when they need it and offering what we do year-round, a good selection of books and real people to help them find the real gifting. >> you're offering more than just books helping the bottom line? >> most of our sales are books, 85% of our sails are books, but we also sell a variety of other products, things you expect to find a bookstore like journals and cards but things like lps and posters and that kind of stuff. so lps and posters. has that been a surprise to you? >> well, lps have really re
? >> pete called me. we had been friendly for a while. he said do you want to make this move? i said absolutely. said what a in me great opportunity to play a flashy role. once i read it -- the expectations, the responsibility and i started getting serious and looking deep in myself as saying can i really do this? am i up to the task? i know why pete wants to make the movie. somethingbe part of that is bigger than me as an actor. that is the only time i have been a situation like this. every time i have seen the movie before or watch the and, i cannot critique the way i normally would any other movie i have been involved in. all i can think about is what markets and those guys went through. .> first clip a consideration. you know you have been discovered and a mission is at risk. what do you do about the people that discover you? do you kill them or let them go and what are the options? a part of that. >> over. down. eyes down. >> is your radio working? >> no curses. that is all. we have three options. one, let them go. hike up. up -- tie them up. they will probably be eaten by wolve
, colorado, not far from here, either of the nbc's pete williams has been watching all of this very closely. pete joins me live now with more. pete, what more can you tell us? >> reporter: the main point, i think, is the one you just made, the danger is over, according to law enforcement authorities. although the picture you're looking at is now the results of the standard protocol they use. they're very familiar with this in colorado. they clear the school, bring the students outside, they search the mall, just to make sure nobody else got outside with a weapon. but according to law enforcement authorities, a student armed with a gun came to the school today, apparently intending to confront a teacher. the teacher was able to get out of the school. at least one student was shot by the gunman. that student is in serious condition. police then at some point later shot the student who had the gun, and killed the student. the authorities would only say the student is male. they referred to him as "he" but said they are still in the process of talking to relatives, so they haven't identified hi
marines just wrapped up. lets bring in nbc news justice correspondent pete williams who has the very latest. pete, what can you tell us? >> this is the third time the judge in utah declined to stop same-sex marriages. the judge issued a ruling finding the state's ban in utah on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. oftentimes judges who issue orders like that will on their own put a stay on their ruling to give the state time to appeal. the judge didn't do that. then after he ruled, the state had a conference call with him and lawyers on the other side asking if he would accept a motion to stay. he said new york city, i want to see thing in writing. they filed briefs. today he held a hearing. for the third time the judge declined to issue a stay. now the state will appeal to the 10th circuit of appeal in denver and ask that court to put a hold on things while will state appeals the ruling. same-sex marriage started almost immediately in utah on friday. there were roughly 100 of them in utah. there are other county clerks, though, who said they would not issue same-sex marriage lice
in honolulu, where the president is vacationing. martin fletcher is in london for us. pete, at this point, has there been any official word yet from the white house? >> reporter: craig, it's a good question. we have reached out to officials with the white house who aren't commenting at this time. generally they think it's not helpful -- and the obama administration officials have said before that they will not negotiate with al qaeda terrorists over weinstein. that doesn't mean they're not making significant effects using significant resources to try to find individuals who have been kidnapped and are believed to be overseas. >> martin, really quickly, peter just alluded to it there. what is this administration's policy, what's been the track record on handling kidnapped americans? >> well, as far as the families of the kidnapped americans, it's not very good, but the american government said that negotiating with kidnappers only encourages them to take more. so the policy is no negotiations, but however, they said they'll go after and find them wherever they are. it's more retribution or reve
sarkisian takes over the role. lane kiffin was fired. steve sarkisian was under pete carroll. steve sarkisian had anticipated a university of washington in 2008. in baseball. the new york yankees agreed to a $750 million with free agent center fielder jack oby ellsbury. a deal that comes in the wake of catcher brian mccann's 5-year, $85 million deal with the yankees. else brie hit 0.298 with 53 rbi in 52 stone bases while helping boston red sox win the world series this past seen. >> was is a crime - we look at the derailment and the law. >> this is not a photograph of morgan freeman. we will tell you what it is coming up. . >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm john siegenthaler in new york. here are the stories: >> a union official said the man at the controls was nodding off. the train was going three times the speed at the time of the accident. >> a federal judge said detroit is eligible for bankruptcy. it clears the way for the city to deal with $20 billion in debt. >> vice president joe biden arrives in beijing, he'll meet with leaders from china's territorial dispute. i
believe that's for coverage for he and his family. craig? >> pete, we should note that this new poll that's out, this new cnn poll, it finds that popularity for the health care law now at the new low, 35% according to the cnn poll, 35% of those questioned in the poll say they support the health care law. that's a five-point drop in less than a month. 62% oppose the law, up four points from november. how is the white house -- is the white house even reacting to those numbers? >> well, the white house as the president may vouch in the final news conference of the year, he says -- to use his language, screwed up. recognize this didn't go the way they intended it to. they are hoping to shift the conversation into the start of the new year with the people who have been able to get plans. many of the people with preexisting conditions and focus on positive headlines, not the negative. that's the people who potentially are newly uninsured but ultimately the verdict of the jury is still out on this one, craig. even as we were hearing your introduction, i was finishing the conversation with the he
. sergeant jason sawyer. [applause] can i have officer pete sable. officer thomas smith. officer michael wolf. officer ronald laberto. >> mike wolf decided to be with his wife, having a baby and missed our ceremony. see if he ever gets anything again. >> and the silver medal awarded for the first officer on that night sergeant roberto. and although captain told the story as well could be told. i was there that night. and the story pales by comparison if you saw what these officers encountered. and the fact of the smoke and the rounds going through floors and ceiling and fire and all the buildings attached. i can assure that the shot taken that night by officer hines saved lives as well as all of these officers. [applause] and one person that is not mentioned in the report is captain jason turnis, i don't know if he's here. but he's the captain on scene that had the courage and experience to call for the green lights. and green lights are less common than gold medals. because it takes that much thought and puts the commanding officer out there. and for jason to make that call merits appreciati
seattle's way. russell wilson and pete carroll 11 and 1. they are 3 games up on the 49ers with 4 games remaining. after taking apart the rams, here is jim harbaugh and the position his team is in. >> as far as we stand, it is not where you would like to be, but we are in a position we control our own destiny. we would like to be 12 and 0, but fate is in our hands. last 4 games of the season, remember that. >>> here is the question. are the 49ers on track for another run at the superbowl or do they need to beat seattle to prove they are ready? log on, do your thing and hear your name on the road. step curry will be one of our guests. we will have a little fun and make it as close to the road show. you will have to look at us more, but it will be a lot of fun. that is 9:00 on thursday, and that's how it will break down. the a's have a closer. they have acquired jim johnson. he is the leader for saves with 101. there it goes. they say good bye to belfour. scott casmere signed with the a's. when you are left handed, everybody wants to give you a shot. 9-year veteran. he picked up jimmy and
. can you talk about that, john? >> reporter: can you roux he pete that? >> i was talking about nelson mandela being the moral compass of the country even though he has been out of view for some time. people still knew he was somehow still in charge and in control. >> reporter: he is the moral compass and precisely the fact that he has been out of the public eye, out of politics. he may be like the moral conscious of this country for many years to come. specially it is already right now this unexpected memorial service. the camera pans on to the current president. when his name is mentioned, clearly, what they are booing is looking at where he stands relative to the moral compass that nelson mandela fought for for the country. they think that he is wavering from that course. you are seeing it in action right now at mandela's funeral. you are seeing that the moral compass is in action live. >> john, this is charlie rose. there was also, as you have pointed out, nelson mandela's understanding that they had to surprise people when he made the commitment he did to the rugby team famously s
is a next year's. district 4 supervisor eddy sunset pete's here. you're from the sunset you won't. we've got supervisor tang here. we also have our city administrator naomi kelly is in charge of everything. (clapping.) >> and we have the guy in charge of the water that keypads audio trees healthy and embrace green harvey listen kelly the executive director of the puc here. (clapping.) and we're so very lucky to have 6 individual here tonight who oversee all your 2 hundred and 20 parks and all you tell one hundred and 69 playground and swimming policy our rec and park department president marble and his vice president allen low and also commissioners. tom and commissioner megan levenson was here and commissioner ifshg eric new mexico dodged. we have ken weber from 20 a business and i don't know where he is but from the san francisco park alliance pat o'grady is here (clapping) so 84 years trowel one of the most special event this department has done for nearly a century and it's been a great year for replying replying our realms e recession programs are not as popular and last week, we have
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